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durin the cold war the three nations that got divided were Korea,Vietnam and,Germany

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Three nations divided into communist and non-communist were Germany, Korea and Vietnam(until it became completely communist)


Generally speaking, the communist nations that were dominated by the Soviet Union during the Cold War, were often referred to as "Soviet Bloc Nations".


USA and USSR "Responsibility" for the cold war, if that's an appropriate characterization, would have to be divided between the free, democratic nations of the world and the totalitarian, communist nations.


During the Cold War Germany was divided into capitalist Western Germany and Communist Eastern Germany.



The cold war was won by the USA, and it was as war of ideology no actually fighting was done. So no land was divided up. The USSR broke into most of the eastern European nations


Berlin (East and West Germany).


Countries that were under the Soviets control during the Cold War.



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The US foreign policy during the Cold War was the Truman Doctrine, which was to prevent the expansion of communism to new nations. In other words, containment.



European nations that were satellites of the Soviet Union.



The Soviet Union and the Warsaw Pact nations.


As a result of the Cold War, many central Asian nations were permanently influenced by the Soviets. Kazakhstan, for example, is still the home of many Russian missiles.


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During the Cold War, the nation of Germany was partitioned into two nations, which were West Germany, which was allied with NATO, and East Germany, which was a member of the Warsaw Pact.


During the Cold War the effect of colonialism was very apparent in Africa. Many nations shifted towards communist like governments.





Latvia was not an independent country during the Cold War. From 1944 to 1991 Latvia was part of the Soviet Union (USSR). So it was on the side of the USSR, because it was the USSR.


A term used during the cold war to classify those nations that were neither of the US or Soviet group. The were nonaligned (third world)




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